I will never win a grammar contest
(especially when my mobile phone auto corrects and butchers my already poor grammar
You got the point I was making
I guess I was trying to say it had nothing to do with unraid vs flexraid (or other raids)
Plus, I think everyone on this forum rips their discs and no one seems to care it's "illegal" I don't even comprehend that whole thing, it makes no sense. Usually the lawsuits are based around the intent to defraud, cause harm etc... It's going to be pretty hard to bring a law suit one at a time towards people that ripped their own discs already- (not sure how you can even catch them, you'd need a search warranty on probable cause right ?) Even if you could catch someone- there is (A) no intent to harm the copyright holder or defraud the rights holders and (B) no potential for a large settlement or any benefits in doing so. That alone make the entire thing impractical, even if the rights holder wants to pretend you agreed upon the copyrights by purchasing the disc and/or opening it.
Rights holders are much more interested in catching people making copies, selling bootlegs, uploading torrents, and most other forms of piracy that are intentional with the intent to harm the rights holder financially by circumventing paying for it, defraud them, or profiting from it as a non copyrights holder. (and for good reason)
When I say people don't care - I don't just mean the people that rip discs. I mean everyone, including the copyright holders and courts don't seem to care. When someone pays a fine or faces jail time for ripping a disc they own for personal use inside their home because the world has changed and in today's modern devices they don't even play discs (tablets, phones, HTPC's without optical bays etc..etc..) that will be the day the fat lady sings for all of us. Probably also the day hell freezes over and pigs are flying all over the place too.
Every year that goes by, and every change in technology, and every shift in how people watch media- makes that stupid rule more and more obsolete. How are you doing to watch a disc you bought a decade ago on your tablet without a DVD drive? Or your HTPC without a DVD drive ? Or on your personal device like a cell phone ? The world has changed too much to even enforce it, logic is going to have to just take over at some point. The world is different.
It's kind of like saying you have to watch cable TV, and you can't record it or share it. (DVR anyone ?) I remember issues with that early on when TIVO hit the market and it as a big deal as you could make digital copies of TV, not watch the commercials etc...
Today almost no one watched live cable TV. Streaming or DVR service is much more common.
The world changes and that stupid rule is obsolete IMO. I am sure if hell froze over and someone actually got taken to court over it they could prove this easily too. You are paranoid in your thinking you need to point this out to people to save or protect them. Honestly- no one cares. And no one should care.